Follow us on

facebook link

Altea Gallery on Twitter

Records: 71 to 80 of 86
« previous 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next »
  BRITISH ISLES 
 English Counties 

OWEN, Francis. [A Georgian sea chart of Spithead]
This New & Correct Chart of Spithead, from the East End of Hayling Island to Stokes Bay, is by Permission, Most Respectfully Dedicated to the Right Honorable Lord Radstock, Vice Adrmiral of the Red, by his Lordships Obliged humble Serv.t Francis Owen, Master int he Royal Navy. London: Robert Laurie & James Whittle, 1801. 760 x 615mm. Splits in centre fold margins reinforced.
A detailed chart of Spithead, the roadstead for Portsmouth, often used by the Royal Navy. It also shows Portsea, Fareham, Porchester, Gosport, Havant and Hayling Island, and, on the other side of the Solent, Ryde, St Helens, Brading and Sandown on the Isle of Wight. Engraved by Benjamin Baker, it shows the region at a time when Britain feared invasion from France, during the War of the Second Coalition (1799-1802).
[Ref: 12948]    £650.00 ($863 • €743 rates)


Anonymous. [Plan of Manchester & Salford]
Plan von Manchester und Saalford in England. Prague, 1810. 360 x 440mm.
Highly detailed plan of the City of Manchester and Salford, streets, rivers and buildings are named.
[Ref: 15436]    £240.00 ($319 • €274 rates)


MARTYN, Thomas. [Rare index to Martyn's Cornwall map]
A Complete Index to Martyn's large Map of the County of Cornwall, and of those parts of the County of Devon, which lie to the west of the River Tamar. To which is added a short account of the Archdeaconry of Cornwall. London, Printed by J. Liddell: and sold by Law and Whittaker, 1816. 8vo, half calf with marbled boards, spine in six compartments lettered in gilt, rubbed; title+ (ii)+95, errata slip tipped in at rear; old ink mss. copy of a letter by Thomas Martyn giving an account of his maps, dated ‘March, 14th 1749’ on rear endpapers.
A separately-published index to Martyn's nine-sheet map of Cornwall, originally published c. 1748. Such was its importance that there was sufficient interest in it to warrant this index nearly seventy years later.
[Ref: 11815]    £1,350.00 ($1,793 • €1,543 rates)


DIX, Thomas. [Antique map of Nottinghamshire in fine colour]
A New Map of the County of Nottingham, Divided into Hundreds, London: William Darton, 1818. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, 465 x 380mm, with slipcase with publisher's labels.
Antique map of Nottinghamshire in fine colour, with a vignette view of Nottingham Castle.
[Ref: 12603]    £350.00 ($465 • €400 rates)


DIX, Thomas. [Map of Cheshire in fine colour]
A New Map of the County of Cheshire, Divided into Hundreds. London: William Darton, 1818. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, 380 x 460mm, with slipcase with publisher's labels.
Antique map of Cheshire in fine colour, with a vignette view of Chester Bridge
[Ref: 15039]    £350.00 ($465 • €400 rates)


GREENWOOD, C. & J. [Large-scale map of Yorkshire]
To the Nobility, Gentry & Clergy of Yorkshire, this Map of the County constructed from a Survey commenced in the Year 1817 & Corrected in the years 1827 & 1828, Is respectfully dedicated by the Proprietors. London: Henry Teesdale, 1828. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen in three sections, total if joined 1840 x 2230mm. With original full calf slipcase.
An updated edition of the Greenwoods' map, originally published 1818. Superbly detailed, it marks hundreds, parishes, towns, villages, turnpike roads, toll-bars, cross-roads, churches, castles, chapels, heaths, commons, canals, railways, distances between towns. Bottom right is a vignette view of York Minster, added for this edition. Christopher & John Greenwood mapped all but five of the English counties in unprecedented detail, publishing their maps between 1817 and 1834. This one, the first to be published, was issued here without their names.
[Ref: 11797]    £2,400.00 ($3,187 • €2,743 rates)


GREENWOOD, Christopher. [Large-scale map of Yorkshire in fine colour]
Map of the County of York, Made on the Basis of Triangles in the County, determined by Lieut. Coll. W.m Mudge, Royal Art.y F.R.S. and Capt.n Thos. Colby, Royal Eng.rs, in the Trigonometrical Survey of England, by order of the Honourable Board of Ordnance, and Surveyed in the Years 1815, 1816, & 1817, By C. Greenwood, Wakefield. Leeds: Robinson, Son & Holdsworth; & Wakefield: John Hurst & C. Greenwood, 1817. Original colour. Dissected and laid on linen in four sections, total if joined 1840 x 2230mm. With metal box.
Superbly detailed map of Yorkshire, marking hundreds, parishes, towns, villages, turnpike roads, toll-bars, cross-roads, churches, castles, chapels, heaths, commons, canals, railways, distances between towns. Bottom right is a finely-scripted dedication. Christopher Greenwood, later joined by his brother John, mapped all but five of the English counties in unprecedented detail, publishing their maps between 1817 and 1834.
[Ref: 11803]    £2,200.00 ($2,922 • €2,515 rates)


GREENWOOD, Christopher. [Large-scale 6-sheet map of Lancashire]
Map of the County Palatine of Lancaster, from an actual Survey made in the year 1818. To the Nobility, Clergy & Gentry of Lancashire. This map of the County is most respectfully dedicated by the proprietors. London & Wakefield: W. Fowler & C. Greenwood, 1818. 6 sheets, total (if joined) 2160 x 1420mm.
A highly-detailed map of Lancashire, containing hundreds, parishes, towns, villages, turnpike roads, toll-bars, cross-roads, churches, castles, chapels, heaths, commons, canals, railways, distances between towns. Top right, under the title, is a prospect of Liverpool. Christopher & John Greenwood mapped all but five of the English counties in unprecedented detail, publishing their maps between 1817 and 1834.
[Ref: 11792]    £900.00 ($1,195 • €1,029 rates)


GREENWOOD, C. & J. [Large-scale map of Somerset in fine colour]
Map of the County of Somerset from an Actual Survey made in the Years 1820 & 1821 by C. & J. Greenwood, London: Greenwood, Pringle & Co., 1822. Fine original colour. Dissected and laid on linen in two sections, edged with silk with marbled covers. Total 1860 x 1405mm. With original full calf box, with red morocco title label.
A highly-detailed map of Somerset, containing hundreds, parishes, towns, villages, turnpike roads, toll-bars, cross-roads, churches, castles, chapels, heaths, commons, canals, railways, distances between towns. Bottom left is a a fine vignette view of Wells Cathedral. Although not in Somerset, Bristol is shown in small but precise detail. Christopher & John Greenwood mapped all but five of the English counties in unprecedented detail, publishing their maps between 1817 and 1834.
[Ref: 18315]    £2,000.00 ($2,656 • €2,286 rates)


GREENWOOD, C. & J. [Large-scale map of Dorset in fine colour]
Map of the County of Dorset from an Actual Survey made in the Years 1825 & 1826 by C. & J. Greenwood, Most respectfully Dedicated to the Nobility, Clergy & Gentry of the County... London: Greenwood, Pringle & Co., 1826. Fine original colour. Dissected and laid on linen, edged with silk with marbled covers. Total 1190 x 1570mm. With original full calf box, with red morocco title label. Both map and box are in superb condition.
A highly-detailed map of Dorset, containing hundreds, parishes, towns, villages, turnpike roads, toll-bars, cross-roads, churches, castles, chapels, heaths, commons, canals, railways, distances between towns. Bottom left is a fine vignette view of Weymouth from the Nothe, drawn by R. Creighton. Christopher & John Greenwood mapped all but five of the English counties in unprecedented detail, publishing their maps between 1817 and 1834.
[Ref: 17600]    £2,400.00 ($3,187 • €2,743 rates)


Records: 71 to 80 of 86
« previous 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next »